- Department of Control Engineering
This course builds upon the master program lectures on Dynamical Systems Theory. The structure and properties of linear multi-input multi-output systems are studied. The significance of these results for the design of linear controls is demonstrated. The presentation focuses on pole placement techniques, linear state regulation and estimation, and LQG control design. State-space and transfer-function design techniques are compared. The lectures are supported by laboratory experiments using Matlab, Control System Toolbox, and Polynomial Toolbox.
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- Study materials:
Kučera V.: A bridge between state-space and transfer-function methods.
Annual Reviews in Control 23 (1999), 177-184.
Zhou K., Doyle L.C.: Essentials of Robust Control. Prentice Hall, Upper
Saddle River, New Jersey 1998.
1. V. Kučera: Analysis and Design of Discrete Linear Control Systems.
Prentice-Hall, London / Academia, Praha 1991
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- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: